screenshots with battle Odds Calculator
|Original author(s)||Sean Bridges|
|Developer(s)||Kevin Comcowich (ComradeKev), Mark Christopher Duncan (Veqryn), Wisconsin|
|Initial release||October 1, 2001|
|Stable release||184.108.40.206 / June 8, 2013|
|Operating system||anything that uses Java, including Microsoft Windows, GNU/Linux, and Mac OS X, etc|
|Type||turn based strategy game|
|License||GNU General Public License|
TripleA is a free (under GPL) turn based strategy game based on Axis & Allies board game. A wide variety of map scenarios have been developed for TripleA (World War II, Punic Wars, Napoleonic wars, etc.) with a variety of rules, units and many options (such as "low luck" which reduces the number of dice rolled making game depend more on strategy).
For live Multi-player games, the community maintains two lobbies for the most current Stable and Unstable versions. It is easy to find opponents online due to the popularity of the game: 10.000 downloads every month. TripleA also features a Play by Email mode and several AIs. for single player mode.
- Some TripleA map scenarios are based on the Axis & Allies board game.
- Axis & Allies Iron Blitz, MicroProse 1998 version of the game.
- TripleA has been compared to Risk
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to TripleA.|
- TripleA official page
- TripleA review in German
- Wiki with resources for TripleA
- Wikibooks holds a TripleA Gameplay Manual and Rule Book
|Wikibooks has a book on the topic of: TripleA|